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Fine Gael wants to hear the views of people in Mayo on remote working - during an online event, to be attended by An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, TD, and Alan Dillon, TD.
Roscommon-Galway Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has confirmed that Ballinasloe and its environs will be one of the first locations to be connected under the Government’s plan for high speed broadband
National Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company rolling out the new high-speed fibre broadband network under the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), has announced that surveying works in several areas of Mayo are well underway.
The Ballinasloe area is one of the first in Ireland to be connected under the Government’s plan for high speed broadband, Senator Aisling Dolan has said.
National Broadband Ireland has commenced construction of its fibre optic broadband network in the rural areas surrounding the town of Ballinasloe local Independent Deputy and architect of the National Broadband Plan, Denis Naughten, has confirmed.
Rural areas of Oranmore and Clarenbridge will be getting high-speed fibre broadband within the coming weeks, it has been confirmed.
Fine Gael Senator for Roscommon-Galway, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed news that Ballinasloe has been selected as one of only five prioritised areas for the rollout of broadband by National Broadband Ireland (NBI).
The Mayo Public Participation Network (PPN) is the main link through which Mayo County Council connects with the community, voluntary and environmental sectors in the Community.
Build works for the new high-speed fibre broadband network being delivered across Ireland as part of the State’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), are underway in parts of Galway. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are designing, building and operating the new network in a mapped ‘rollout area’ – where commercial operators have not indicated that they will be providing such services.
More than 38,000 premises in Galway are set to receive high-speed fibre broadband in 2021, with National Broadband Ireland crews having begun initial works in townlands outside the city.